These are something of a tradition in our house - we make monstrous sandwiches with all the meat left over from the meal at lunch! It really is fantastic. Hope you have all had a splendid Christmas!
Toast a slice of the Olive, Basil and Sun Dried Tomato Bread then eat with goats cheese, tomato and lettuce. Easy as pie.
I really made a mistake here. I forgot to add the yeast. I realised this after an hour of it not rising - so instead of starting again, I just kneaded it in. The dough at this stage was at what I like to call the “soft brick” stage, by which I mean that you could probably break a window with it, but not hammer a tent peg in with it. Not that helpful I realise but there you go.
Anyhow, this recipes is actually great and I will replicate it. The bread is definitely firmer but this works well since the inside is all olives and tomato and so quite moist.
OK. You saw it here first. This is just the best idea EVER. The ultimate toastie - the ham and cheese is cooked right into the bread, and because you roll it, it looks fantastic. This will rock your world.
Super easy. Just chuck everything on and enjoy. Use the Olive and Parmesan Swirl Bread.
If you can't be bothered to cook the bacon, I suggest you use ham and add a pinch of salt.
This really is divine. Absolutely fantastic. A must.
I have an admission to make with this one. I did not actually do it myself. Yah, terrible. However, I did watch someone do it for me. Not the same but I am busy at the moment so this is going to have to do.
In search of lunch today I could not help but notice some people walking around with rather fetching brown paper bags. I followed the steady stream of people to its source - a lovely little café just off Maddox Street, London and there I got to create my own sandwich, or rather I got to direct someone who made it for me.
This is genuinely one of the most underrated and to the untrained eye, strange, ideas yet.
Let me explain.
Sandwiches are generally divided into two categories: first, the sandwich - that is, bread and butter and cheese. This is a classic but quite ordinary. Second, the more exciting toastie. The main drawback here is that you really have to have a toastie maker.
There is, however, a third category. This is the Hot'n'Cold Sandwich.
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